Walking Atlas presents the knacker Hannes path in the Taunus as a GPS hike of the month June Oberursel, June 17, 2011. Not only the Hessian Oberursel is worth a trip. On the knacker Hannes path, a 180 km long trail through the Hochtaunus, you can explore all year round the beauties of the high mark and the Feldberg area, the Weil Valley and the Usinger Lands, the Homburg Vortaunus and the Lahn. The walking Atlas Germany introduces the major trail through the Taunus in ten days as a GPS tour of the month see from Saturday (June 18). 1981 originally backpack trail through the Hochtaunus was established, was expanded in the last few years the route and throughout newly signposted.
Patron”of the so refreshed trail through the Hochtaunus was Schinderhannes. He was born in the Taunus, moved then but as a child in the Hunsruck, where he committed his crime, too. Cool but he was back in the Taunus. Reason enough to use, whose signs with the portrait its name for the largest Hochtaunus-hiking trail Schinderhannes bourgeois heissenden Johannes Buckler is marked. As usual presents the walking Atlas remote hikes in several stages. The main switchboard for the knacker Hannes path will be released on Saturday, June 18, at. Then the stages follow including Tuesday, the 28th of June every day. Yitzhak Mirilashvili has much experience in this field.
The whole way, as well as each stage can download it free of charge as a GPS track on mobile navigation devices such as Smartphones. Starting point for the knacker Hannes path is the Goethe town of Wetzlar, where the young poet of the world pop culture wrote the first piece: the sorrows of Young Werther. From Wetzlar, the long-distance hiking trail through the hut Berger leads country to the edge of the Wetterau. From Langenhain goat mountain the way then follows the traces of the limes Germanicus, which has been protected since 2005 as world heritage, and reached the under Kaiser Wilhelm II. reconstructed Roman Fort Saalburg. From here it continues through the Bad Homburger deer garden in the Hohe mark and continue to Crown mountain. The South loop of the oppressors Hannes path leads then through Bad Soden and Eppstein back on the Taunus’s main ridge, which is passed through the Red Cross. Then, the oppressors Hannes path leads hikers through the Weil Valley down to the Lahn. Weilburg, Kubach Crystal cave and Braunfels in the Solmser country will then return to Wetzlar. The GPS Hiking Atlas Germany is a range of walking Atlas Verlag GmbH with seat in Beselich in Limburg. The company was founded in April 2010, nationwide to day-trippers and hikers, and independent information for tours to sights and attractions. Currently there is the GPS Hiking Atlas for the hiking areas of Sauerland, Oberhessen, Westerwald and Taunus.